Moving to Los Angeles can be an exciting experience at first until you start looking for a new place to call home for the time being. Then anxiety sets in because you have no idea about the city and its neighborhoods; you could end up in the sweetest and safest of neighborhoods on your first try, or you could end up in a neighborhood where violence is widespread. This article will guide you to three of the nicest neighborhoods where you can live in peace. Houses in these areas are expensive, but so are the houses in sketchy neighborhoods.
West Hollywood is a city in the central Los Angeles region of Los Angeles County. It is known as WeHo to locals. In 2021, West Hollywood has a population of 36,475 people as per the United States government census done in 2019.
West Hollywood is one of the coolest neighborhoods of Los Angeles County known for its vibrant nightlife, Sunset Strip, comedy clubs, live music venues, and other attractions. In short, you will never get bored out of it. The best thing about West Hollywood is that it is very walkable, and aside from the nightlife, you will also have access to great green spaces, parks, and hiking trails.
The median house price in the area is 1 million dollars and the current average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in West Hollywood, CA is $2,295. The average rent price has remained flat in comparison to last year., according to the realtor.
If you are a family looking to relocate to Los Angeles, Sherman Oaks may be one of the best neighborhoods to live in, located near the 405 and 101 freeway interchange. Sherman Oaks is a popular San Fernando Valley family-friendly neighborhood established in 1927. It is a popular choice for families seeking suburban peace and conveniences. It is surrounded by busy freeways and has two slick shopping malls, one of which is open-air Sherman Oaks Galleria.
Aside from the families who live in the neighborhood, Sherman Oaks has a diverse population of actors, writers, dancers, and others. The area's diversity necessitates diversity in the fun aspect, and Sherman Oaks does not disappoint in this regard. As previously stated, it has two fantastic malls, Sherman Oaks Galleria and Westfield Fashion Square Mall, gaming spots such as Castle Park, Laser Tag, and Billiards, a Farmers' market where you can buy fresh produce called Sherman Oaks Tuesday Farmers' Market, and Van Nuys Sherman Oaks Park.
The median house price in the area is 1.3 million dollars and the current average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Sherman Oaks, CA is $2,067, according to the realtor.
Venice is a lively, upscale outlier of Los Angeles known for its laid-back and free-spirited vibe, fronted by the iconic Venice Boardwalk, officially known as the Ocean Front Walk. Meetings with pickup basketball teams, fortune tellers, and roller skating sunseekers are all pretty entertaining.
If you are a techie or a software professional, Venice is the place for you. In recent years, Google, Snapchat, YouTube, and other companies have established new headquarters in the area, earning the beach the nickname "Silicon Beach". It is also home to artists, quirky shops, surfers, beach babies, and other interesting people.
There are plenty of ways to have fun in Venice, you can spend your evenings admiring sophisticated art, your nights at enchanting diners, your mornings strolling around the beach, and your afternoons sunbathing on the beach. In short, you will not run out of options to have fun in Venice.
The median house price in the area is 2.5 million dollars and the current average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Venice, CA is $3,480, according to the realtor.
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